In this performance, (entitled glitterbug) I dressed up as a glitterbug and made little creature-things to place on shelves. These creature-things were made out of rudamentery materials, such as paper-clay, water based paint, sequins and glitter. I had a helper get people to make drawings of “bug-alien creatures” which were then placed to the side of this character. The character would then look at these drawings occassionally, which they used as inspiration for making the creature-things. This performance took place over the entire two-hour student annual opening.
(2018) - This piece consists of two parts: a star bedazzled paper-bag sculpture with a peephole on the top, and this continuously looping video animation. The dancing of the main character is based off of the strut by the character Dawn Davenport (played by Divine) from John Water's film "Female Trouble." The music is "The Sound of Violence" (slowed down) by Cassius, "When You Coming Out" by Dinosaur Feathers, and "Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison.
2017 - 6' 3" tall - fabric, paper mache, foam, resic, paint, pencil crayons, pencils, markers
A question and answer session with Emily Lehman and Josh Roach is there too.
(2017) - Two unicorns wash upon a deserted island, and quickly the whole thing becomes a chaotic, awkward mess. This collaborative piece was created by myself and Emily Lehman.
Flamingo, Puppyhood, Zippers, Frog Slippers, Gay Aliens, Betty Boop, Smiles, Semi-Nudity, Pinning, Cuddling, and a Blinking Buffalo Heart. This is a performance that I did as part of my spring 2017 MFA review.